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New Presidents or Provosts: Brigham Young U–Idaho, Fletcher Technical CC, Northwest Vista College, Queen’s U (Ont.), Simpson College, U of Southern Mississippi

Amy Bosley, vice president for institutional planning and development and chief of staff at Valencia College, in Florida, has been...
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When Administrators Return to the Faculty

In Stepping Away, Lisa Jasinski considers their role—and suggests they should take a serious pay cut.

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Dissolving a DEI Office to Save DEI

The University of Arkansas is reallocating all DEI staff and resources to other campus offices. Is it a capitulation to right-wing demands or a savvy defense tactic?

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Calling Foul on the Accreditors

Higher education is no game, and accreditors are misguided referees, Kyle Beltramini writes in response to two recent Inside Higher Ed opinion pieces.

UC Berkeley Chancellor to Retire

After a career in higher education spanning more than 50 years, University of California, Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ announced last...
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An Online Pivot Pays Off

Unity College enrolled well under 1,000 students a decade ago. Now, renamed Unity Environmental University, enrollment has soared to more than 7,500, thanks to its emphasis on online education.

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Governing State Governing Boards

Utah revamped its Board of Higher Education to emphasize more centralized oversight. Some other states are doing the same, leading some observers to wonder if the decisions are being driven by politics or efficiency.

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DEI Standoff Derails a State Budget

Wisconsin Republicans want to slash funding to the University of Wisconsin over DEI efforts, but Democrats are defiant. The stalemate has put the entire state budget on ice.